Table view
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Table view in the Editor gives you a general overview of the project segments, administrative overview, bulk actions, etc. Unlike the Focus view, here, you can see all segments and projects, their statuses, languages, keys, branches, and more in a single table.

  1. View choosing. Switch between the table and focus views for different tasks.

  2. Segment string. Find all information about separated segments - statuses of source and targeted languages, keys, containers, and more based on your needs.

  3. Search field. Find the relevant segments by using the search syntax. You can also write the word or part of the text, and the search will find the results that include the exact text.

  4. Filter by segment sources. Choose the needed project, branches and containers to work on.

  5. Sort options. Sort segments by a project's branch name and segment information ascending/descending.

  6. Filter options. Create advanced filters to find needed information faster.

  7. Table settings. Customize the table due to your needs. Read detailed here.

  8. Context panel with additional information. More about context panel read here.

Table view settings

You can set up the editor table to provide a better overview and manage project information. Customize both the display of columns and their sequence.

To manage the columns' visibility:

  • click on the table icon at the top right corner. From the list, choose the columns you want to hide or show.

  • or click on the three-dots icon in the column and select "Hide."

    Note: Hiding a column will remove all applied sorts and filters.

Customize display of columns

Hold the left mouse button on the column name and drag it to the desired location to control the sequence of displaying columns in the table.

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